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SAGA10 and HOPE symposium will be held in Tokyo.


November 17th SAT
PLACE: Tokyo, Ueno Zoological Gardens   

10:00-10:10 
Tetsuro Matuzawa             
Opening Remarks   
10:10-10:50 
Ryo Imanishi             
Gorillas in Ueno Zoo: 10 years and future   
10:50-12:00 
Jyuichi Yamagiwa             
Is it possible that human and gorilla understand each other? : between wild and zoo   
13:00-15:00 
Network for Zoo Enrichment             
Environmental Enrichment Award in 2006 and 2007   
15:00-17:15 
Activity Report of NPO/NGO   
17:30-    
Welcome Party   

10:00-17:00 
Poster Presentation  (Stay time is from 12:00 to 13:00.)   
10:00-15:00 
Booth Exhibitions


November 18th SUN
PLACE: Yayoi Auditorium Ichijo Hall, The university of Tokyo Future of hominoid study     

9:00-9:10 
Tetsuro Matsuzawa (Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University)            
Opening remarks     
9:10-9:40 
Hiroki Koda (Primate Research Institute,Kyoto University)           
The future directions of gibbon research-from the field to laboratory study    
9:40-10:10 
Takeshi Furuichi (Meiji Gakuin University)            
Evolution of sex and social structure in chimpanzees and bonobos   
10:30-11:00 
Yoshikazu Ueno (Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Garden)           
Life of apes: perspective from animal welfare   
11:00-11:30 
Masaki Tomonaga (Primate Research Institute,Kyoto University)            
Probing into the chimpanzee mind:mid-term goals and mid-term plan   
11:30-12:00 
Gen Suwa (University Museum,Tokyo University)           
A paleontological perspective to the origins of humans and modern apes   
12:00-12:20 
General discussion

Chimpanzee management strategies:An international  perspective   


13:30-14:10 
Stephen Ross (Lincoln Park Zoo)            
Balancing demographic,genetic and social factor in managing the North American zoo chimpanzee population
14:10-14:50 
Frands Carlsen (Copenhagen Zoo)            
The European management program for chimpanzees-outline and perspectives   
15:00-15:40 
Maria Finnigan (Western Plains Zoo)            
An overview of the Australasian species management program for chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes)   
15:40-16:10 
Etsuo Narushima (Tama Zoological Park)            
The species survival project and chimpanzee studbook for the Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums   

16:25-17:00 
General Discussion  
10:00-15:00 
Booth Exhibitions


November 19th MON
PLACE: Sapia Tower, Tokyo      

9:30-9:40 
Tetsuro Matsuzawa (Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University)            
Opening Remarks    
9:40-10:10 
Masanaru Takai (Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University)             
Evolutionary history of ma caques and close relatives in Eurasian continent   
10:10-10:40 
Goro Hanya (Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University)              
Ecological diversity of Japanese macaques   
10:40-11:30 
Roscoe Stanyon (Department of Animal Biology and Genetics, University of Florence)              
The cytogenetics of the macaque genome: origins, marker order and neocentromeres   
11:40-12:10 
Hiroki Koda (Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University)              
Variability and flexibility in gibbon songs - field observations and experimental evidences   
13:00-13:50 
Ulrich Reichard (Department of Anthropology, Southern Illinois University)
Social flexibility in Khao Yai gibbons   
13:50-14:40 
Alan Mootnick (Gibbon Conservation Center)              
Gibbon (Hylobatidae) species identification, and conservation efforts through captive management   
15:00-15:50 
Linda Brent (CHIMP HAVEN, Inc)              
Chimp Haven and the U.S. national chimpanzee sanctuary system   
15:50-16:20 
Tetsuro Matsuzawa (Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University)              
Chimpanzee Sactuary Uto and the chimpanzees in Japan


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